(A) The county treasurer, on settlement with the county auditor, on or before the date prescribed for such settlement or any lawful extension of such date, shall be allowed as fees on all moneys collected by him on any tax duplicates other than the inheritance duplicate and on all moneys received by him as advance payments of personal and classified property taxes, the following percentages:
(1) On the first one hundred thousand dollars, two and nine thousand nine hundred forty-seven ten thousandths of one per cent;
(2) On the next two million dollars, nine thousand nine hundred eighty-two ten thousandths of one per cent;
(3) On the next two million dollars, seven thousand nine hundred eighty-six ten thousandths of one per cent;
(4) On all further sums, one thousand nine hundred ninety-six ten thousandths of one per cent.
(B) In the event any settlement prescribed by law is not made on or before the date prescribed by law for such settlement, on or before the dates prescribed by any lawful extension thereof, the aggregate compensation allowed to the county treasurer shall be reduced one per cent for each day such settlement is delayed after the prescribed date. No penalty shall apply in the event the auditor and treasurer grant all requests for advances up to ninety per cent of the settlement pursuant to section 321.34 of the Revised Code. The compensation allowed in accordance with this section on settlements made on or before the dates prescribed by law, or the reduced compensation allowed in accordance with this section on settlements made after the date prescribed by law or any lawful extension of such date, shall be apportioned ratably by the auditor and deducted from the shares or portion of the revenue payable to the state as well as to the county, township, corporations, and school districts. On all other moneys collected by the treasurer as fees or as advance payments, except moneys received from the treasurer of state, his predecessors in office, his legal representatives, or the sureties of such predecessors, and except moneys received from the proceeds of the bonds of the county or of any municipal corporation, five-tenths per cent, to be paid upon the warrant of the auditor out of the general fund of the county.
Cite as R.C. § 321.26
History. Effective Date: 07-16-1986